Translation of prescient in Spanish:


profético, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈprɛʃ(i)ənt/ /ˈprɛsɪənt/

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    • It makes no mention at all of White's passionate and prescient warnings.
    • We take no pleasure in that, and we had to endure some criticism for making such claims, but the warnings proved prescient.
    • He came to the fore with a thundering and prescient prediction of the break-up of Britain, coinciding with the Silver Jubilee.
    • That prediction looks even more prescient since the surge in oil prices.
    • This reveals a prescient insight into the mindset which fuels Connery's anger.
    • This proved to be a prescient warning in the case of his son John.
    • His study of America amply confirmed this prescient intuition and made him the first anthropologist of modern equality.
    • This was an astonishingly prescient insight into what was actually to occur in the Russian Revolution.
    • A beautiful and talented actress, Dorrie ends up in a psychiatric ward, a narrative which seems extraordinarily prescient.
    • Fitzgerald's prediction is as meaningful today as it was prescient in 1924.
    • Read it, then come back and re-read this prescient post from last November.
    • He was even, by the way, prescient about the meltdown of the Soviet Union.
    • A few months later, I recall rereading it and finding it scary and prescient.
    • It's a little bit scary being such a gifted, prescient individual.
    • It was a prescient point: 10 years on we got the Battle of Seattle.
    • He proved prescient in his argument that efforts to help the Third World by avalanches of aid would only ruin local markets and nourish corruption.
    • Although no-one has ever followed through on its promises, Radio Ethiopia still sounds astonishingly prescient.
    • His last post before the incident is scarily prescient.
    • But as I read on, it became apparent that the novel was so prescient it became unnerving.
    • Orwell's attacks on pacifism now seem remarkably prescient.